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    Default Oh Comade Biggysizemyburgerandfrieski

    What do think of your comrades back in the USSR now ?

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22022256/

    Cops: Seized uranium enough for 'dirty bomb'

    3 allegedly sought to sell material, which apparently came from ex-USSR

    Slovak police say the 2.2 pounds of radioactive material seized from three suspects who allegedly tried to sell it for $1 million likely from the former USSR. Full story
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    Default Re: Oh Commmmmmrade

    Ex USSR my friend. Some of the former Republics are now part of NATO. Big difference from USSR now. These are dirty capitalists.

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    Default Re: Oh Commmmmmrade

    The missing WMDs have finally surfaced, by way of the former USSR. Boy, am I relieved.

    Heard a guy on the radio this morning equate "the terrorists" with our former enemy "the communists". I think he's on to something.

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    Default Re: Oh Comrade Biggysizemyburgerandfrieski

    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    Ex USSR my friend. Some of the former Republics are now part of NATO. Big difference from USSR now. These are dirty capitalists.
    But aren't these USSR materials that some got misplaced by the USSR military around the time of the 2nd revolution?

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    Default Re: Oh Comrade Biggysizemyburgerandfrieski

    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    But aren't these USSR materials that some got misplaced by the USSR military around the time of the 2nd revolution?
    Nope. Wherever they were stored is where some of them exist. For example, some might have been in Ukraine during Soviet times. Once Ukraine separated, bye, bye some nuke materials.

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